Original Air Date: December 20th, 2009 This is the FIRST Motor Toon Grand Prix game. Many are confused by this because the MTGP that North America received is also just called "Motor Toon Grand Prix". To clear up the confusion a bit, let's just say that Sony pulled a fast one...in the same fashion that Squaresoft did with their Final Fantasy games in North America up until Final Fantasy VII. Of course, this isn't done so much to deceive people, rather, being the only Motor Toon game in the US, it seems logical to name it such. However, there is a reason why the first MTGP only stayed in Japan...it sucked. Being developed by the people who would later develop the popular "Gran Turismo", MTGP looks pretty nice on the surface, especially for 1994, but the physics in the game really suck. Even though I didn't use them, The Penguin Bros. are easily the best driver (or Bolbox if hug walls for insane speed) and the other characters can struggle to place first, if you really care to do so. The game only has one powerup...that seems to do nothing but make your car harder to control...and to get it is the equivalent of winning the freaking lottery. I was kind enough to re-record the whole race five times before I got ONE. Basically, it seemed cool to run on foot as the character you are controlling because they are totally faster than a powered vehicle...cool. The place you start in on the tracks are even random...god, sometimes I'll be in like tenth place and other times, I might ...
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